GET INVOLVEDOXFORD UNIVERSITY CATHOLIC CHAPLAINCY
Click here for a message from the Chaplains - July 23
'The Chaplaincy will be closed for public Masses and private prayer from Monday 9th August and will reopen on Sunday 29th August, for the 11am and 5.45pm Masses. Thank you everyone for your support over the last year and wishing you all a very restful and blessed Summer.’ The Chaplains
There are many ways to get involved in life here at the Chaplaincy. We’d love you to contribute in ways that you’ll enjoy. Please do think whether any of the below would appeal.
Sunday 11am Mass
Do you have a good singing voice? Would you be willing to be part of our 11am Sunday Mass choir? You’ll be offering a massive support to us, encouraging our congregational singing and also helping us to enter more prayerfully into the celebration of the Mass through the pieces the Choir sing .
If you are in a College Choir you may be not be able to make the Saturday weekly rehearsal (sometimes 10am, sometimes 5pm) but you are still very welcome at the pre-Mass run-through at 10.30am on the Sunday.
Reading at Mass is a wonderful way of taking to heart the Sunday scriptures, and a reading well-read can help the congregation be touched more deeply by the Word of God. So this is a valuable ministry and also an experience that will help you in other situations of reading or speaking in public. Please see a chapain to volunteer.
Servers say they come to understand the Mass more through serving. All welcome to volunteer and training will be given. If you are already an experienced server, we would be very grateful if you put that experience to good use here at the Chaplaincy, especially on big occasions like the Academic Mass and at the Mass for Baptisms, Receptions and Confirmations in Trinity Term. Please contact [email protected]
EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF THE EUCHARIST
To assist the priests in the distribution of the Holy Communion, especially in the offering of the Chalice. Special preparation is offered to those wishing to be Eucharistic Minisiters, which include some prayerful reflection on the significance of the Eucharist and the Real Presence. Please see a chaplain for further information.